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    So I haven't touched this thing in forever. I just "finished" a piece for my graphic essay class and thought I should start posting my new pieces as I finish them for the semester.
    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

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    Ridiculous, really. I'm having such a hard time with getting my painter files to look right in photoshop, then getting it all to look right when it prints (and yes, I do convert to CMYK, but that conversion is shaky- always). The image looks nothing like this and I don't know why it's so saturated... I wish I could say I used those colors, but they are less saturated, nontheless.

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    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

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    hey mate,

    sweeet stuff you got there! at some points you have a bunch of misstakes with anathomy but i think you know that i allways do when someone says this to my stuff


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    Yeah. There's nothing like spending a good 5-6 hours on something only to realize that the arms are too long/legs too short and nothing but tangents on all sides. Then, once you get it to a point that MIGHT be acceptable realizing that when you go to print it you mistyped 200 in the DPI box when you mean 300. Fun night.

    surprisingly it didn't all go too bad. At what point does the image get large enough to notice the difference between 200 and 300 DPI? Maybe I should have noticed?

    Anyway- thank you lateman.
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    Some interesting brushwork. I agree about the anatomy in some pieces tough... Keep it up!
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    Hey Eric... the last one is really nice.. keep it up! (:
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    Glad to see Painter's serving your talent just fine. Keep going! You're on the right track
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    realextension: yeah man. Have you tried painting in photoshop lately? I can't... it's not even fun anymore.

    Newton_Br: Thanks homie. That was the last piece I've done... turns out I didn't separate my values enough... but i'm choosing to be happy with the learning experience than be defeated.

    Carlosranna: Yeah. Working on that. All of the stuff except for the last two I posted are really old now... I shouldn't have even saved some of those.
    Last edited by Quigleyer; September 24th, 2008 at 06:17 PM.
    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

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    Good stuff man! Especially like the guy with the crossed arms in post #4.
    You've got a good sense for colors and values.

    it'S good that you've started thumbnailing, but as you said before....They look like you invested more than just one or two minutes on each. Try to work with bigger shapes not lines. Start with just a black silhoutte or just a blob and try to find some interesting shapes.

    Keep em comin

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    I paint like a ninnie.

    Most intelligent thing I've said all day.

    Study from photo. Working on my layering of colors to obtain an overall more realistic and vibrant effect.
    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

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    The work from post #5 and on is showing some really nice understanding of color. The main thing I'd suggest for you is that you consider a variety of compositions - it seems that a lot of the stuff posted here has the focal point located in the very center of the picture. Sometimes, adding large spaces (like a huge sky) can help make the picture look more interesting, and could help with a sense of scale. Also, making a picture where the focal point is slightly off-center (horizontally, or vertically) is also something that can make the composition more interesting.

    Thanks for the comment, too!
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    Some great color moments and figural style! Keep on postin'
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    yeah man, painter's ability to pick up underlying color, the powerful brushes and the instant color picker are amazing. by the way, what brush do you use mainly?
    last paint looks v good man, but I feel you stopped too soon adding details at the face.
    keep em coming bro
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